Carlisle's Richard Rose Central Academy has been put into special measures again after inspectors said standards were inadequate.
A recent assessment by Offsted said there were 'systematic weaknesses' in leadership.
overners say they've appointed a new Principal to try and tackle the concerns.
The school was last in special measures in 2008, just three months after it was created.
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